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a little cool by florida standards. 69 and sunny is not bad. columbus, ohio, 51 and sunny. kansas looks beautiful at 63. so the big story with the storm leaving the northeast, the warmup begins. the weekend looks very nice. >> you're going to dallas. i'm going to miami 71 and sunny. all right. congressman jesse jackson jr. won re-election but could lose with the feds. >>> and election loser alan west won't go quietly. >>> plus today former congresswoman gabby giffords goes face to face with the man who tried to assassinate her. details are next. you're watching "early today." >>> plenty of other stories making news this morning. the chicago sunday times reports jesse jackson jr. is talking with federal prosecutors about a possible plea deal. jackson easily won re-election tuesday while being treated at the mayo clinic for by polar disorder and depression. the feds are looking into whether he improperly used campaign funds for decorating her home. >>> today for the first time after she was gunned down 22 months ago gabby giffords will come face to face with the man who tried to assassina
this morning. detroit, cleveland, columbus, all of you in the state of ohio, indianapolis, it's raining right now. it's all light rain, but you definitely want the umbrella as you head in and out of the car this morning and across the state of kentucky. it looks like this rain will hold off the eastern seaboard during the day today, so you do not need the umbrella. we're clear and cold back here in the midwest after this big storm system. the good news for the east coast, it looks like the rain tomorrow morning will clear by tomorrow afternoon. >> did you say rain tomorrow morning? >> just a little bit, yep. >> see, and it was such a nice day yesterday and then today. >> can't last this time of year. >> okay. >>> let's head now to some entertainment news. bond took over the box office this weekend. "skyfall", the 23rd installment in the 007 franchise scored the highest ever opening for a bond film. it was the fourth highest opening of the year. "lincoln" also fared well, making close to $1 million in just 11 theaters before its wide release this weekend. here's a fun fact for you. daniel day-
springsteen. >> hello, ohio. are you fired up? >> president obama held his final day event in columbus. an estimated 15,000 supporters, and a pitch aimed at ohio. >> i am proud we saved the auto industry. i am even prouder we are making better cars. >> the president visited volunteers and called an ohio voters. >> barack obama. >> four days, republican volunteers have worked with cincinnati, ohio suburbs, to make sure mitt romney supporters to vote. jeremy knows ohio is must-win for romney. >> do you figure, if i do a great job here and now, i can get might guide to the white house backs >> in a small way, yes. >> ohio early voting has been busy, but republican poll watchers could challenge the ballot. >> if you have a very tight race in ohio, he could have a decision that we will not know the results of for about two weeks. >> with no time to worry, president obama went to iowa, mitt romney to new hampshire, campaigning into the night. in a surprise move, the romney campaign announced he will come back into the ohio and pennsylvania tomorrow for one last push on election day. >> aside
alexander traveling with the romney campaign in columbus, ohio. >> reporter: good evening, to you, brian, the romney campaign has tacked on two last-minute stops for tomorrow, so after governor romney votes in his home-state of massachusetts, he will then fly out to thank volunteers, aides say, a rare move for any candidate on election day. mitt romney today marked the end of a long journey with an optimistic promise. >> tomorrow, we begin a new tomorrow, tomorrow, we begin a better tomorrow, this nation is going to begin to change for the better tomorrow. >> reporter: but with the polls showing the president hanging on to a slight advantage in the campaign's last precious hours, each moment is selected. >> your voices are heard loud and clear, thank you. >> reporter: this is to mark the conservative base. >> let me tell you why he fell so short of what he promised. it is because he cared more about a liberal agenda than he did about repairing the economy. >> i'm looking around to see if we have the beatles here or something. >> reporter: since saturday, 13 events in several battleground
event in columbus, ohio. in the boss's state of new jersey officials are making sure people can cast their ballots despite the devastation from hurricane sandy. people cast provisional ballots. in florida and key battleground states with reporting, there are reports of robo calls incorrectly telling people they can cast votes over the phone. and in last night's halftime show chris berman interviewed president obama and mitt romney. we begin with mr. romney. >> this campaign process goes on a couple of years. lots of flights, lots of trips. what i found that surprised me is the more events i did, the more energy i seemed to get. >> in sports it's about winning championships. interesting in politics, it's not winning elections, it's making sure that you're delivering for the folks who sent you. >> speaking of sports, president obama predikded a victory for his chicago bears. >>> people in countries around the world pay a lot more attention to the american presidential election than you might thing. michelle is in london with more on that. michelle, good morning. >> reporter: absolutely
, columbus, up to detroit. a solid line of rain stretches from the eastern great lakes into western pennsylvania, almost into oakland and garrett county. it will be there in the next hour or so. we expect rain to keep moving east tonight, especially -- reaching the baltimore area close to midnight. right over toward baltimore and the western shore of the bay by about midnight or so. the rain starts to change over to some snow overnight and there could be a light accumulation. probably some rain year for the tuesday morning rush-hour in and showers will continue pressing east and looks like the skies will clear up as we head toward lunch time and into the afternoon hours. 35-bit before the love tonight, but the clouds will shift to the northwest and that dusty northwest breeze will bring in cooler air. even though we will see sunshine tomorrow afternoon and wednesday, it will not warm up a lot. the air mass behind that front is quite chilly. the front hangs up off the carolina coast and it may bring more clouds into the region thursday afternoon and may be a shower on the eastern sho
to recover from battleground fatigue. john yang, columbus, ohio. >> i am with her, let's just have a little bit of a breather. that is our broadcast tonight, thank you, i'm brian williams, we hope to see you for "rock center," and then back here for tomorrow evening. good night.
the key and political divide remains and in "the columbus dispatch." ohio wins with ohio. the "boston globe" reads "economy kept obama afloat. blocked romney win, and here's a forward thinking headline in "the wisconsin state journal." observers say paul ryan now a front-runner for the 2016 gop nomination. tell me we're not already talking about 2016. >> let the race begin. of course, we're keeping our eye on another big story as well this morning. can you probably see the flags moving pretty briskly behind us. that is a sign of what's to come as nasty weather, a nor'easter bears down on already storm-ravaged parts of this east coast. al is live along the new jersey shore with what we can expect. >> all right. we want to get right to our top story, the election results. nbc's kristen welker had a late night covering president obama's campaign, and she joins us this morning from chicago. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, savannah. well, president obama is waking up as a two-term president. a lot of people said it wouldn't be possible because of the stagnan
by a campaign office in columbus, making last-minute phone calls urging his supporters to turn out. >> we'll bring it home tomorrow. let's keep it going. >> reporter: and even appearing on "monday night football." >> in politics it's not winning elections, it's making sure that you're delivering for the folks who sent you. >> reporter: and while his top surrogates stormed the battleground states, some of the biggest names in entertainment also lent their voices, from jay-z. ♪ if we go for four more years >> reporter: to bruce springsteen who admitted he was rattled by that dismal first debate. >> actually the first debate really freaked me out. >> reporter: and now after four years in office and months of intense campaigning. >> it's out of my hands now. it's in yours. >> reporter: and you're looking at a live shot now of greenville, delaware, where vice president biden is expected to vote any minute now. this is the band room of dupont high school. now, mr. obama became the first president to vote early. he did that several days ago. vice president biden will eventually join president
similar territory. for a couple hours today both men will be in columbus, ohio. after a marathon campaign. >> are you ready to go vote? >> reporter: an exhausting last lap. >> if you're tired of being tired, not just tonight, but all the time. >> reporter: the president rapping up his sunday sprint in the wee hours of monday morning. >> turn out for me, colorado. we will win this state. we will win this election. >> reporter: in the campaign's closing weekend, mr. romney, like his opponent, raced across seven states. >> we're going to keep america the hope of the earth with your help, pennsylvania. >> reporter: including traditionally democratic pennsylvania, a state the romney campaign insists will help it expand its electoral map, a claim the president's advisers call a desperate ploy. at every stop governor romney seized on this recent comment from the president. >> don't boo, vote. vote. voting's the best revenge. >> president barack obama asked his supporters to vote for revenge, for revenge. i ask the american people instead to vote for love of country. >> reporter: with voters deep
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